Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by garyv, Oct 21, 2010.
Name me one Player coming out in the 2011 NFL Draft that could help the Cowboys the most ?
I don't know any actual names but any guard or RT would be a good start.
Patrick Peterson is the only sure thing impact player right now.
He will be a lockdown corner from day one. Not saying we have a chance at him or that CB is a top need, I'm just saying he's the only 2011 eligible player I feel safe saying will be a NFL star.
took the words out of my mouth. I'd say he's an exact clone of Asomugha, who in my opinion is the best cornerback in the NFL, and will be just as effective day one.
He doesn't have flashy numbers, or INT's, but he will take a receiver COMPLETELY out of a game. Qb's refuse to throw his way. You think Revis is good, wait till this kid gets a few years under his belt in the pros. He's what Berry was coming out last year, if not much better. If we somehow do get him, which we won't, I'd start him at corner and move Newman at FS.
I also think Deunta Williams will have a big impact on this team.
Patrick Robinson plz?
Derrek Sherrod OT
Joe Barksdale OT
Gabe Carimi - RT early 2 nd
Marcell Dareus DE
Chris you watching the game? Rahim Moore not having his best game... Albeit it's against Oregon but still.
I watch first half and yes he is not first round marterial
know give me Akeem Ayers
Akeem Ayers. The definition of playmaker - doesn't matter what scheme you put him in, he's gonna produce
Agreed, not his best game. My only excuse (I sound like Wade) is that the Oregon offense really does a great job of spreading out a defense and creating a lot of one-on-one match-up's. Plus, someone has to spy on that QB since he's always a threat to take off. UCLA kept losing their one-on-one match up's (including Moore a few times).
I'm not looking forward to playing them next Saturday. At least it's a home game for us.
Patrick Peterson is a good one, I like Prince Akumura (I know I butchered his name), he reminds me a lot of Vontae Davis.
He got torched by Justin Blackmon tonight.
You really think Mallet would turn things around here in 2011? :laugh2: I actually like him but no.
No more screwing around at the kicker position, just get one of the more underrated kickers in the country, put him at kicker, and not worry about the position for the next 15 years or so.
In college, he is 233-241 on all of his kicks, including XP. Right now, he is nearly 2% ahead of the record holder for most accurate kicker in NCAA history. He is 59-66 on his FGs, with a long of 57. The 57 yarder is a Youtube highlight, as it put Nebraska ahead of Colorado late in the 4th quarter of a game.
To go along with that, he also punts. Alex averages 46.3 on his 28 punts, with 11 of those being downed inside the 20.
Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU.